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... but sometimes you get a smart boy who can talk a smattering of English
On my wanderings I found the biggest, loudest jumble sale ever, there was piles of clothes and people just gathered round and had a good old sort out, it all comes in bundles so I thinks it’s all the stuff that gets donated, there was some quite smart names among them, but I didn’t even bother trying to get close
The noise in ...
... it was early, so it was only about 86 degrees Fahrenheit, which is relatively cool. I have never wanted to take a pair of yoga pants off in my life.... ever, but I guess being in Africa will do that to ya.
Culture shock hasn't hit too hard yet, but that's probably because we're staying at a hotel. For now, we have the day off and will be able to relax. My sleep deprivation is taking a swing at my eyesight first. (Contrary to popular belief, my heritage has not ...
... of the people. This sculpture is on one of the 'breast hills' as they are called. The other housed a lighthouse.
We visited a sand painting gallery, fascinating and very tempting to but one but where would I put any of these souvenirs? The city had churches and mosques and like all of West Africa the different religions claim to get on really well with one another, there was certainly ...
I had wanted to come to Senegal for a number of years, I would say ever since watching the Endless Summer movie. Endless Summer is arguably the most famous surf movie of all time and Senegal was one of their first stops in that movie. It always stayed with me as a place I would want to go to at some point. Over the years I have met other surfers who had gone and always had positive things to say about the surf, which reinforced my desire to go even ...
... for mandat (our monthly living stipend that includes money for food, housing, transportation and walk-around) to get deposited into my account so that I can get back to site. We usually get “paid” around the 23rd of each month and it’s the 25th and I don’t have a penny to my name. So in summary I am stuck in Dakar until I get paid so that I have enough money to buy my bus/car ticket back to site. ...